Ministry in a Minute
Approximately 30 attendees gathered for a live stream of the inaugural Governor’s Prayer Breakfast at Epworth Villa. The prayer breakfast was held on Feb. 18 in conjunction with the state’s launch of a website that would connect communities with local resources to combat aging out of foster care, completing a high school education, and reducing recidivism. Rev. Jessica Moffatt, who leads Tulsa-First, prayed for members of the state Senate. “Bring creative and godly solutions to the troubles of our state, and where there is a need for healing, bring it,” she said. Photo by Meagan Ewton.
Rev. Heather Scherer, associate pastor at Tulsa-Faith and pastor of Living Water in Glenpool, presents Jeff Jaynes with a check for $14,000 to benefit Restore Hope Minitries, where Jaynes serves as the executive director. Restore Hope’s 2018-19 Annual Report shows that the ministry gave out more than 210,000 lbs of food to nearly 4,000 families in the Tulsa area, including fresh produce and meat from local farmers and ranchers. Photos courtesy the Tulsa-Faith Facebook page.